RYCO 24•7 Southern Stars Victorious
Daniel Bennet – Business Development Manager RYCO 24•7
Congratulations to the RYCO 24•7 sponsored Southern Stars Netball Team 2 in winning the Under 15s SUNA Division 2 Netball competition last Tuesday night, 2nd October 2012.
The girls started the year in Division 1 with mixed results – 1 win from 4 games. After 4 weeks, the girls moved into Division 2, which brought even more competition with winning results.
All the girls played the season with great spirit and endeavour resulting in them winning the pinnacle – the Grand Final!
The Southern Stars are very excited about the upcoming new season and defending their premiership.
RYCO 24•7 is proud to be the sponsor of the U15s Southern Stars and congratulate all the girls and coaching staff who showed great spirit and enthusiasm throughout the season, well done!
RYCO 24•7 supports community youth football
RYCO 24•7 proudly supported the inaugural Australian Football League’s (AFL) Northern Territory Youth Girls State Championships held in September 2010.
“This was the first event of its kind in the Northern Territory and RYCO’s support enabled us to run an outstanding event,” said AFLNT Female Development Manager Breeanna Brock. A first for the Territory, RYCO 24•7 supported the advancement of high performance sport for girls and female football programs in general. “RYCO 24•7’s support of this event provided the opportunity for girls to participate in a structured talent identification system similar to that of their male counterparts.”
The carnival exposed participants to high performance testing such as the beep test, vertical leap test and a range of skills tests, all similar to those conducted at the AFL Draft Camp. “This carnival gave the girls an opportunity to compete at a Territory level against their peer group. These girls will be the future talent for the Female Football player pathway,” said Brock.
Regional Manager of RYCO SA/NT, Mr. Derek Bonner was excited about the prospect of the Youth Girls program in the Northern Territory. “RYCO 24•7 was pleased to support such an important event which is an integral part of AFLNT’s new push into female development, and with the experienced Breeanna Brock behind the project we are sure that the program will be a success,” said Bonner.
Representative teams chosen from the Middle School Girls Program from areas all over the Northern Territory, including Darwin, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Tiwi, Maningrida, Wadeye, Gove and Katherine competed in a two day carnival at TIO Stadium in Darwin on the 27th and 28th of September, 2010.
Kevin Sheedy the face of RYCO 24•7
Over the past year, with the help of ambassador Kevin Sheedy, RYCO 24•7 has been raising money for local community football leagues all over Australia while opening new RYCO 24•7 locations.
Kevin Sheedy is a sporting legend and household name in Australia, thanks to his involvement in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was coach of the Essendon Football Club for 27 years and was a player for Richmond Football Club for 12 years, holding the AFL record for the most games combined as player and coach. He is currently the senior coach of the Greater Western Sydney Football Club in the Australian Football League.
Kevin Sheedy was introduced to RYCO by David Shipway, the Managing Director of our premier distributor in South Australia, B L Shipway, who is also heavily involved in the football community.